“The Catholic Church leaders also describe the government’s decision to impose a vaccination pass to access certain public buildings as “coercive measures.”
“It is not a clash—it is a slow genocide.”
“The family has been described as “a light in total darkness” for their efforts to restore peace in” Rwanda.
In her oral statement at the 48th session of the UN Human Rights Council scheduled to end on October 8, CSW’s Ellis Heasley noted that the Christian foundation was “perturbed” by the international silence on the situation in Nigeria, which she said was deteriorating by the day.
“A person who lives to spread love and Christian principles is just the profile every Christian would search for in the next pope.”
“The violent acts, including continuous abducting; kidnapping or targeting civilians, using harmful tools on a frightened group of largely women and children, resulting in death is very bad.”
Mgr. Tlhagale urged to place more emphasis on adult catechism which is almost non-existent, because after confirmation, the Catholic faithful stop studying and deepening the teachings of the Church.
CitizenGo is the international arm of Hazte Oir, the ultra-conservative Spanish Catholic organization that was founded in 2013 in Madrid, Spain as an advocacy foundation.
Christians Vulnerable as Nigeria Drifts Away from Secularism
The church, SOKAPU (Southern Kaduna People’s Union) and the people have been complaining about killings in Southern Kaduna but only fell on the deaf ear of those in authority.”
In a statement shared with ACI Africa Thursday, September 16, the Apostolic Administrator of the Kenyan Archdiocese says COVID-19 and drought have combined to make life difficult for many families.
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13,000 people a week are forced to leave their homes due to violence
Terrorists are a threat to peace and security in the region
Radical Islamist terrorists active in Northeastern Nigeria continue to viciously attack and kill Christians and Muslims alike who reject its extremist ideology, and recent reports reveal that no fewer than 3,462 Christians have been murdered for faith-related reasons in 2021 so far.
“The villagers live in perpetual fear of the unknown, as they struggle to get their farms and go about their daily activities.”
“Women and children are the primary victims of violence in Niger.”
“We are winning souls silently, on our knees. We know that Satan has his hour but the rest of the day belongs to God.”
Threats, whether they are true or not, have undermined the social fabric of the region, which is not more than a hundred kilometers from Niger’s capital, Niamey.
“We need to see Jesus. That is the only way we can start walking back from the path of destruction on which we have all stepped.”
According to local sources, the kidnappers fired in the air to frighten passers-by and took the priest from his car, leaving it on the road.
Sister Annelvira Ossoli, Sister Vitarosa Zorza, and Sister Danielangela Sorti may eventually become saints as their Causes will be promulgated.
The Christian leaders say that they “totally agree” with the Vatican’s stand that what is to be blessed needs to be “objectively and positively ordered to receive and express grace, according to the designs of God inscribed in creation, and fully revealed by Christ the Lord.”